Works around campus – 16 March 2022

Closed construction sites at College of Science and Engineering

If you’ve visited South Ridge recently, you would’ve noticed the works happening in and around the College of Science and Engineering – especially in Anchor Court, where we’re doing a major development of the College front.

Please remember that these are closed construction sites. For everyone’s safety, there’s no access via these areas at any time between Anchor Court and the Biodiscovery Centre or Biodiversity building.

Please be sure to follow all signage in place – and if you’re not sure, please ask someone!


New electric vehicle chargers in car park 2

We’re excited to share the news that two more electric vehicle chargers are now available in car park 2, adding to our growing number of chargers around Bedford Park and Sturt.

Staff, students and visitors can use the chargers and those in car parks 6, 9 and 14, with a valid parking session. The chargers are equipped with fixed cables and some allow you to bring your own to plug in, with an adaptor if needed.

This is another positive step forward for our commitment to sustainability and setting our campus up for a more sustainable future.


HMRB cranes arriving soon

Over the coming weeks, you’ll notice two tower cranes on the construction site of the new Health and Medical Research Building:

  • TC1 (western crane) will arrive on 18 March 2022 and be installed over the following weekend
  • TC2 (eastern crane) will arrive on 8 April 2022 and be installed over the following weekend

The cranes will be on site for the next 12+ months as the project progresses. They will operate within the site but, where necessary, traffic and pedestrian management will be in place to make sure that anyone passing by the boundary is safe.

Traffic management will also be in place as the cranes are brought onto campus. All possible efforts will be made to keep traffic flowing smoothly, but as always, please remember to be patient, slow down and take additional care in the area at this time.

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